Thank you to reader Casey Post who volunteered to help me review the security camera footage from Memphis Animal Services. She captured these clips showing workers at MAS grabbing terrified little dogs with chokepoles. Does anyone know if these dogs were in one of the areas where the public is allowed to look at dogs for possible adoption? If so, how is it ok for a member of the public (say, an elderly person, a child, a pregnant woman or a disabled man) to potentially take one of these dogs out of the cage for some one-on-one time to see if they click? Because these are obviously vicious, rabid animals unsafe for even a trained animal professional to handle without a steel pole with a metal noose on the end, right?